A magnet is an object or material that can produce a magnetic field of its own. That magnetic field is responsible for the property of magnets to attract or repel other magnets, and pull objects that are ferromagnetic, l... More »

Permanent magnet generators produce electricity by rotating strong magnets around metal wires. These conductive wires then convey the electricity throughout a residence or industrial complex for decades, because the magn... More »

A Mosquito Magnet is a commercially available brand of mosquito trap which uses a combination of carbon dioxide, warm moisture and a plant-chemical simulator to attract mosquitoes. When the mosquitoes approach the Mosqui... More »

To demagnetize a magnet, cause disorder to the unit magnets within the magnetic material. Strike the magnet first with a hammer, heat it strongly, and then subject it to AC current to eliminate magnetic ability completel... More »

Permanent magnet generators produce electricity by rotating strong magnets around metal wires. These conductive wires then convey the electricity throughout a residence or industrial complex for decades, because the magn... More »

The north and south poles, often called the negative and positive sides, of a magnet are determined by using the directional properties of magnets. The north pole of the magnet is attracted to Earth's geographical north ... More »

Aluminum is not attracted to a magnet unless it is in a strong magnetic field. In strong magnetic fields, aluminum can become slightly magnetic. Under normal circumstances, aluminum does not exhibit magnetism; aluminum c... More »